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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Have a Krafty Christmas! by Teresa Morgan

I’m back again with another set of cute stamps from Personal Impressions Sweet Dixie Collection, designed by Lindsay Mason. These ‘Christmas Characters’ have a sweet doodled style to them, so I kept my designs simple and made a set of cards and tags using kraft card.


I stamped the images with Versamark ink and embossed with white embossing powder.


I added some accents of red with Liquid Pearls, and used some festive ribbon and pompom trim to finish.


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Wednesday, 24 August 2016


Jolly Fat Snowman by Sallyann Jackson
Have An Ice Christmas
  1. I stamped the image of the snowman and coloured with Spectrum Noir Pens, and added some white glitter to his body. 
  2. Then I added 3 Bright buttons to his body and put to one side.
  3. I spritz a piece of white stamping card with Tim Holtz Ink, stamped some snowflakes and left to dry,
  4. Stamped some trees, cut them out and coloured with Spectrum Noir Pens and added some tipex for snow.
  5. I used white and silver glitter to make the hills in the background.
  6. When I stamped the verse I curved the stamp
  7. Once all dried I added the snowman, snowflake and trees.
  8. Lastly cut grey glitter card 12 x 6 inch, folded in half and glued the topper onto the card.
Stamp Used:
SDCSA6014 Jolly Fat Snowman designed by Lindsay Mason from the Personal Impressions Sweet Dixie collection.




Monday, 22 August 2016

Christmas Tweets by Teresa Morgan

I am really enjoying making Christmas cards with these fabulous stamp sets from Personal Impressions Sweet Dixie Collection. Lindsay Mason’s designs are a lovely mix of modern and traditional, so there is something for everyone! Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a robin, and this one is a beauty.

I coloured the robin and holly with Copics and Promarkers, adding some festive sparkle with Ice Stickles in Stardust. He is mounted onto the die cut circle with 3d foam for dimension.


I used the little music notes to create my background, stamping with Versamark ink and embossing with silver embossing powder. The sentiment is stamped in black and matted onto silver card.


A clean and quite simple design that allows the robin to be the star of the card!

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Christmas Tweets

Friday, 19 August 2016

Pencil Holder from Gelli® Printed Baby Wipes



Follow along with Birgit Koopsen while she teaches us how to create this AMAZING pencil holder with recycled Gelli® printed baby wipes!




Friday Feature... its not just for Christmas

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Today Tracey is bringing you yet another project using more of Lindsay Masons 2016 Sweet Dixie Christmas Stamp collection from Personal Impressi...


Wednesday, 17 August 2016

A CHRISTMAS HELLO by Teresa Morgan

I know that it is only August but many crafters are already looking ahead to Christmas, trying to get a start on the busiest card making celebration of the year.

I have used some beautiful stamps from Personal Impressions Sweet Dixie Range, designed by Lindsay Mason. I love to mix and match, and found that the elements in these sets work well with each other.

 
I love this cute girl stamp – she comes with three different ‘face’ stamps so you can give her a different look. When I first got her, I thought that she would be perfect for paper piecing (stamping onto different patterned papers and fussy cutting). I used patterned paper for her clothes and boots, adding mini buttons to her coat. Her face and hair are coloured with Copics.


I stamped the fairy door and coloured with Promarkers, adding some Stickles for sparkling snow. The snowflakes are embossed with white embossing powder, then Distress Inks (Peacock Blue, Blueprint Sketch) are blended over for the sky.


The little cat and snow angel are attached with 3d foam. I drew in some tiny paw prints with a fine liner pen.

 
A little more Stickles on the ground and wings finished the card.
 

Stamps Used:

A Christmas Hello

Christmas, A Fairy Door

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